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14/01/2013 FGTV 2.71: Pokemon: Obsession or Entertainment? Review
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The Pokemon series is worldwide and loved by many of all ages. In this FamilyGamerTV, we talk with one family about their experiences with Pokemon gaming.

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Previously on FGTV...
Episode 2.1: Kinect Rush Review


Pokemon: Obsession or Entertainment? DS Review

FGTV 2.71: Pokemon: Obsession or Entertainment?

Format:
DS

Genre:
Adventuring

Style:
Cooperative
Singleplayer
Turnbased

Other reviews:
Reporting Gamer (DS)
Novel Gamer (DS)

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In This Week's Show

The Pokemon series is worldwide and loved by many of all ages. In this FamilyGamerTV, we talk with one family about their experiences with Pokemon gaming.

We discover the surprising amount of gameplay, longevity and value the Pokemon DS games represent as well as the amount of time the children spend actually playing the game over any given period of time. We also discuss the wireless cooperative features, which encourage players to work together to help complete each others' list of Pokemon.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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